Van insurance premium twice that of car insurance

December 7, 2016 | 3years | Insurance News

Van insurance costs have sky-rocketed in recent months, so much so that the typical van driver will now have to pay twice as much as their car-driving counterparts to insure their vehicle, with the average policy clocking in at over £1,500.


That's according to research from Consumer Intelligence, which found that van insurance premiums hit an average of £1,591 in October, after rising by 11.7% in the last year. Indeed, the average cost of insuring a van is now double the best buy premium for car insurance (£788), so white van men everywhere could have a disproportionate bill to pay.

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